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  1. reflex

    • IPA[ˈrēˌfleks]

    美式

    • n.
      an action that is performed as a response to a stimulus and without conscious thought;a person's ability to respond quickly
    • adj.
      (of an action) performed without conscious thought as an automatic response to a stimulus;(of an angle) exceeding 180°.
    • noun: reflex, plural noun: reflexes

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an action that is performed as a response to a stimulus and without conscious thought:

      a newborn baby is equipped with basic reflexes

    • 2. a person's ability to respond quickly:

      he was saved by his superb reflexes

    • 3. (in reflexology) a response in a part of the body to stimulation of a corresponding point on the feet, hands, or head:

      reflex points

    • 4. a thing which is determined by and reproduces the essential features or qualities of something else:

      politics was no more than a reflex of economics

    • 5. a word formed by development from an earlier stage of a language.
    • 6. a reflected source of light:

      the reflex from the window lit his face

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. (of an action) performed without conscious thought as an automatic response to a stimulus:

      sneezing is a reflex action

    • 2. (of an angle) exceeding 180°.
    • 3. (of light) reflected.
    • 4. bent or turned backward.
    • 5. (of a thought) directed or turned back upon the mind itself; introspective:

      an act of consciousness is a reflex act with its own object, viz. the act of knowledge itself

    • n. a reflex action in which the muscles of the throat contract, often so as to cause retching, typically triggered by something touching the back of the mouth:

    • the dentist uses acupuncture not only to ease the gag reflex but to reduce anxiety in patients

      there was a fishy smell so strong that it triggered her gag reflex

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    • n. the nerve pathway involved in a reflex action, including at its simplest a sensory nerve and a motor nerve with a synapse between.

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    • n. a reflex action in which the big toe remains extended or extends itself when the sole of the foot is stimulated, abnormal except in young infants.

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    • n. a reflex action in which the muscles of the throat contract, often so as to cause retching, typically triggered by something touching the back of the mouth:

    • the dentist uses acupuncture not only to ease the gag reflex but to reduce anxiety in patients

      there was a fishy smell so strong that it triggered her gag reflex

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    • n. a camera with a ground-glass focusing screen on which the image is formed by a combination of lens and mirror, enabling the scene to be correctly composed and focused.

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    • n. a camera with a ground glass focusing screen on which the image is formed by a combination of lens and mirror, enabling the scene to be correctly composed and focused.

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    • n. the nerve pathway involved in a reflex action, including at its simplest a sensory nerve and a motor nerve with a synapse between.

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    • adj.
      denoting or relating to a reflex camera in which the image formed by the main lens is displayed on a viewfinder by an internal mirror.
    • n.
      a single-lens reflex camera:
    • you can use an expensive single-lens reflex with extra lenses that give you exactly what you want

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    • IPA[ˈriːflɛks]

    英式

    • n.
      an action that is performed without conscious thought as a response to a stimulus:
    • a newborn baby is equipped with basic reflexes
    • adj.
      (of an action) performed without conscious thought as an automatic response to a stimulus:
    • sneezing is a reflex action

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